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on the verge of recession. contrary to media reports, governor romney's campaign is not dead. a rasmussen poll gives him an edge among voters who will definitely vote and see his tracking poll of likely voters first on this program minutes from now. no letup in tax the rich mania. the u.n. takes aim at the richer people in america and europeans riot again to make them pay for, well, for everything. and then there is this, the european beat americans at golf again. but cheer up, "varney & company" is about to begin. >> good morning, "varney & company," today is monday october the 1st. wednesday is the first presidential debate and the obama campaign spent the weekend trying to low up media expectations that the president's already won. most mainstream polls do indeed have president obama in the lead, but according to rasmussen, governor romney has an edge among certain voters. 43% of likely voters say they are certain they will vote for mitt romney. 42% say they'll vote for the president. that's a very slight edge, but 15% of voters say they are uncommitted, with a number that large, the debat
they are going to vote for romney. there are 15% in a rasmussen poll that are still uncommitted. bob bennett a former republican senator from utah and byron dorgan democratic senator from north dakota is also joining us. senator dorgan, that seems like a high number. what do you make of this ahead of wednesday night's debate? >> well most polls have are you certain and then also are you leaning? this doesn't have one of those categories. you know, this is kind of like a scavenger hunt for good polling news. it is entertaining, but it doesn't matter very much. what really matters is what do the polls show how independents feel in ohio, pennsylvania, florida, wisconsin and so on? so, you know, this is a close race. i think president obama is leading in the key swing states. and this debate is going to be very interesting, viewed by a lot of americans. so i think both candidates are going intoothis thinking they really have to do well. connell: senator dorgan is right senator bennett in that the president has been leading in the polls. take nbc "wall street journal" as an example in those swing
with somebody else in front. lou: look at the swing states, looking at rasmussen, romney ahead in virginia and in ohio, romney a point behind the president where there was a significant lead, as you know, for the president. this is having some influence early. is it likely to be more profound as days go on? >> well, in all likelihood, this will build itself in for three or four more days here. there could be a lengthened -- and then the vice presidential debate that i suspect ryan takes care of biden in good form, but not much impact on the polls, and then the polls will be influenced by the debate the week following. let me say something about ohio. you put it in an interesting subject there. president obama's campaign said for weeks ohio's comfortably put away, ten points. american cross roads, which i don't head, just a supporter of it, i raise money for it, mu american cross roads' polling before the debate showed the state a two point margin for obama before the debate. if the state is comfortably put away, why is the obama campaign next week increasing its buy in ohio by 50%? you don
? speakable last rasmussen was obama up by one point. other polls with a different spread, but this is going to be up to the debate. this is a key state, will come down to ohio again. romney needs to ohio to win. tracy: he certainly does. here in cleveland once again, how many? speak of those who have to drive around in town get annoyed with it, but we like it because they are here and up in this state. liz: it is so nice to see you, thank you for not revealing some of those stories. i am a real journalist, a peabody award winning journalist. thank you. thank you very much. >> congratulations with everything. >liz: thank you very much. coming up in the next couple of hours we have the mayor of cleveland, frank jackson, he's a democrat. also a republican working together to make this the fourth highest state for job creation. used to be 48. how did that happen? coming up. back to you guys. tracy: i think you and bill could do the fox affiliate in cleveland. liz: he would outshine me, he always did. tracy: good stuff, thank you very much. we will see the next hour of "markets now." mitt romney
wall street journal poll shows president obama's lead narrowing just a little. that's the rasmussen poll. new at ten top of the hour, you will not believe how many immigrants are getting government assistance like food stamps and welfare. only a small fraction of immigration applicants are denied. the judge is coming up on that one, 10 a.m. eastern. all right. back to nicole, netflix shares, what leading the s&p 500? >> that's right. and first of all, netflix is volatile stock that we're talking about not only because everybody has it, but because of the moves on netflix. today the number one performer on s&p 500. now 4 1/2% on the heels of what we heard from research, a company blog and in the equity research blog they actually featured netflix as a top company in tech and in research and stuff, so, there you go. now jumping and leading the way, on a day where you have the markets, virtually flat. stuart: yeah, all right. you're right. it's a volatile stock. it came all the way down from 300 and change all the way down and now it bounces around 4 or 5% on any given day and that's w
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